ACLU of Missouri

The ACLU of Missouri preserves and expands the constitutional rights and civil liberties of all Missourians as guaranteed in the Missouri and U.S. Constitutions. Through litigation, legislation, and public education, the ACLU of Missouri fights for the rights of all Missourians.

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Address: 906 Olive St Suite 1130
St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone Number: 816-929-6166
The ACLU of Missouri works to defend the rights for all Missourians, especially in the following areas: racial justice, voting rights, LGBT equality, reproductive rights, immigrants' rights, and privacy issues.

Founded in 1920, the ACLU of Missouri is one of the oldest advocacy organizations of its kind. We are one affiliate in a 50-state network of ACLU offices coordinated by a national office in New York and aided by a legislative office in Washington, D.C. As an affiliate, the ACLU of Missouri operates in Missouri, taking on civil liberties cases that spring up in the state. In all of our work, we collaborate with the pursuit of common national organization goals.